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The newest film from horror master George A. Romero (legendary creator of the Night of the Living Dead franchise) picks up where Diary of the Dead leaves off. On a small island
off the coast of Delaware, live two families locked in a struggle for power and control over the fate of the undead. The O'Flynns approach the zombie plague with a shoot-to-kill attitude. The Muldoons feel that the zombies should be quarantined and kept "alive," in hopes that a solution will be discovered. For both families, existence on Plum Island is a nightmarish world where humans are the minority and zombies rule.
George A. Romero (Night of The Living Dead)
George A. Romero made some fantastic movies in his prime. Night of the Living Dead. Dawn of the Dead. The Crazies. And others. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Nick F.M.
Great film, one of the many amazing zombie films by George Romero.Published 17 days ago by J. Collins
I read all the reviews provided for this movie, and despite some negative commentary, I decided to give it a shot. After all, it's George A. Romero. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Vinson Jaye
Disappointing. Boring. Couldn't even get half way through this one. Don't waste your time.Published 1 month ago by Andiej.
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|Ok zombie fans, what is the general concensus on Romero's new flick?!||
Survival could've been hell of a lot better, they should have stuck with the zombies in PA instead of some stupid island and that ridiculous fighting among the two clans. Whats with the girl zombie riding the horse? Was she training for an international horse racing competition? Lets keep... Read More
Aug 27, 2010 by Ravan | See all 23 posts
|The hand again?||
The hand clinging to a fence was quite a nifty pice of design for 'Land' being as the whole film was metaphorically about 'barriers'.
I think the 'Survival' cover is trying to be retro and re-capture the golden age of zombies; it's the basically the same as the original 'Zombie Flesh-Eaters' VHS... Read More
Jul 9, 2010 by Perkins | See all 2 posts